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View Poll Results: when is the best time to measure CRP levels in those patients undergoing PCI?
before the intervention 6 100.00%
prior to discharge after the intervention 0 0%
one week after the intervention 0 0%
one month after the intervention 0 0%
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Old September 1st, 2002, 15:17
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when is the best time to measure CRP levels in those patients undergoing PCI?

measuring the CRP level before an intervention is the most helpful according to the authors.
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